Travis M. Riddle

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TRAVIS M. RIDDLE lives with his pooch in Austin, TX, where he earned his bachelor’s degree in English Writing & Rhetoric at St. Edward’s University. His work has been published in award-winning literary journal the Sorin Oak Review.

Average rating: 3.93 · 519 ratings · 189 reviews · 6 distinct worksSimilar authors
Balam, Spring (Ustlian Tale...

3.85 avg rating — 183 ratings — published 2018 — 3 editions
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The Narrows

3.82 avg rating — 153 ratings3 editions
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Wondrous

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Spit and Song (Ustlian Tale...

4.10 avg rating — 60 ratings — published 2019 — 2 editions
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Flesh Eater (Houndstooth, #1)

4.43 avg rating — 42 ratings — published 2020 — 2 editions
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Mother Pig (Houndstooth, #2)

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Mother Pig by Travis M. Riddle
"I would like to throw up a high five to Travis for writing a sequel to Flesh Eater, one of my favorite books, that far exceeded my apparently measly expectations for what the adventure would entail upon the end of book ones progression. I feel like t" Read more of this review »
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I haven't had this much fun with a book in a long while. Bursting with creativity and wit.

I've read one other book by Buehlman, Between Two Fires, and this shares some similarities with that; while I did enjoy BTF, I didn't LOVE it, but I found this
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Mother Pig by Travis M. Riddle
"ANOTHER AMAZING BOOK FROM TRAVIS!! So many twists I was not expecting in this one and the ending has me jumping from excitement, now I have to wait for the last book of the trilogy 😫"
Mother Pig by Travis M. Riddle
"Leaves you hanging for another one, but a lot of fun! There are some great fight scenes, great food scenes, and when I finished it I felt like I had accidentally ate all my cookies. "Where did it go? There must be more?" The structure is a little loo" Read more of this review »
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“Fuck y’all,” Sophia grimaced. “I’m leaving.”
Travis M. Riddle, The Narrows

“When he got angry, or nervous, or regretful, or—the list went on—Oliver would imagine conversations in his head with people. He’d go through what he wanted to say to them but probably never would, or how he wished he’d handled something in retrospect. Over the past two years, he held a significant number of these conversations with Noah. He’d lay in bed at night, tossing and turning, thinking about what he wanted to say to his friend. The more he thought about it, the more it seemed like a need than a want. But he never said those things, and now he was never going to say those things. They would remain boiling frustrations in his head, bubbling over, threatening to spill out.”
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